Another RMPS marine loss

Heliconia Start

December opens up to another loss to the marine unit of the Royal Montserrat Police Services (RMPS).

dinghy minus engine

Sketchy information reaching TMR informs that the replacement dinghy of one lost earlier this year in September, ended up on rocks at Little Bay minus its “outboard engine” as seen here in the photograph.

It’s been reported that on receiving information that there will be rough seas overnight, the dingy was used to secure the Heliconia Star, returning to the port and the rough seas. This morning the dingy was found as seen, with no engine.

Many questions for the marine managers, including: “Why did they not spend the night outside the rough waters on the secured HS which is so well equipped with the dingy in tow?

still missing from September

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Heliconia Start

December opens up to another loss to the marine unit of the Royal Montserrat Police Services (RMPS).

dinghy minus engine

Sketchy information reaching TMR informs that the replacement dinghy of one lost earlier this year in September, ended up on rocks at Little Bay minus its “outboard engine” as seen here in the photograph.

It’s been reported that on receiving information that there will be rough seas overnight, the dingy was used to secure the Heliconia Star, returning to the port and the rough seas. This morning the dingy was found as seen, with no engine.

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Many questions for the marine managers, including: “Why did they not spend the night outside the rough waters on the secured HS which is so well equipped with the dingy in tow?

still missing from September